The 5 Steps to Selling Tickets in Advance

Generating interest in an event starts long before the big day and with the number of social media users predicted to reach 2.95 billion by 2020, businesses can’t afford to overlook these channels when it comes to ticket sales. From the power of unique codes to the potential of reaching untapped audiences, social platforms can be hugely profitable for businesses who are looking to drum up interest online.

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6 Snapchat Hacks for Business Branding

6 different ways that the global social media platform, Snapchat, can help build a businesses brand both locally and internationally.

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With over 2.6 billion users worldwide, the power of social media as a business marketing tool definitely shouldnt be ignored. Offering the scope to reach much wider audiences in a personalized and engaging way, its no surprise that a huge proportion of businesses now dedicate marketing resources to social media activity to help grow their business. Continue reading 6 Snapchat Hacks for Business Branding

5 Ways to Boost Email Conversions with Customer Reviews

When it comes to eCommerce, the stores that are leading the pack are those that use email marketing to effectively communicate with their audience.

This is because email marketing is still the most effective marketing channel and produces an ROI of 4400%.

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How to obtain positive reviews on your e-commerce

Psst.. let me tell you a secret! If you want to obtain positive reviews on your e-commerce there are a couple of things that you should bear in mind. Many may seem obvious, but are you actually applying them? If you aren’t, then sit back, relax, and keep reading, because we are about to unveil 7 techniques to get more positive reviews from your e-commerce customers.

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Why customers’ complaints are good for your e-commerce

 with the Net, customers’ complaints are more powerful than ever.

If customers had a positive experience they will share it with friends, families, and acquaintances, whom can lead to more potential customers and so on.

According to the study by Esteban Kolsky, 13% of unsatisfied customers will share their complaint with 15 or more people.

In addition, just 1 customer out of 26 complains directly. Those who don’t, simply stop buying.

A complaint mustn’t represent a problem. It is necessary to listen to customers’ problems, investigate and try to improve in order to avoid getting more complaints in the future.

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